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June 01, 1973 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-01

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Sally August Runs
for School Board

r.

Pontiac optometrist, was
honored as a "Keyman" of
the Michigan Optometric As-
sociation during the organ-
ization's 77th annual conven-
tion in Boyne Falls. Dr. Stein
was cited for his aid in vision
care of the aging and for
his work as president of the
Optometric Institute
and
Clinic of Detroit, a non-
profit corporation which is
staffed by volunteer optom-
etrists and provides vision
care to inner-city residents.

SHERRY

will cater

Small Dinner and
Cocktail Parties.

Sally August of George
Washngton Ave., Southfield,
has filed for a position as
trustee of the Southfield
Board of Education in the
June 11 election. A graduate
of Wayne State University,
she has taught in the Detroit
and Philadelphia public
school systems. She has been
active on the PTA executive
board for several years. Mrs.
August, wife of Southfeld
attorney Irving A. August, is
the mother of three children.

352-6775

between 4 p.m. & 9 p.m.

DICK STEIV

presents

A complete musical
package for your party.

Featuring:

• DICK STEIN

• Jeep Smith

The Carolaires will present
a concert entitled, "MUSIC,
MUSIC, MUSIC," 8 p.m. to-
day at St. Matthew's church,
Livonia. For tickets call
Rhonda Boccarost, 421-8444.

• Eric Blewett

• Shelby Lee

• Patty Grant

• Joel Johnson
• Mori Little

NEIL
EL MOUCHI

From One to Any

Number of Entertainers

Call us

and

we will

discuss

Photographic

Your Entertainment Needs.

• Weddings • Bar Mitzvas
• Commercial & Advertising

358-2777

"Music

MOST
Reasonable Prices

the Stein Way"

358-4495

Aid Interlochen Scholarships

Interlochen Arts Academy Parents' Association co-
presidents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Bensman of West
Bloomfield actively assist in the project to secure $300,000
in scholarships for talented students of limited means at
Interlochen Arts Academy. Mrs. Bensman was chairman of
the benefit project and she was assisted by committees
from many Michigan cities. At the "Interlochen on Tour"
benefit at the Fisher Theater, planning continued efforts
for the scholarship fund, were, from left, Marshall M. Fred-
ericks of Birmingham, noted American sculptor who is
Danish consul for Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S.
Bensman; Mrs. Don T. Jaeger and Mr. Jaeger, director
of Interlochen Arts Academy who will be making a first
appearance as conductor with the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra next season, on Jan. 18 and 19. The Fisher Theater
performance was a presentation of the Interlochen Arts
Academy which featured the Arts Academy Chorale, di-
rected by Kenneth W. Jewell, and the Studio (Jazz) Or-
chestra, conducted by David Sporny. Cheryl Bensman,
daughter of the Lawrence S. Bensmans, is the girl vocalist
with the band and in the alto section of the chorale. She
was the only student to perform with bath groups. She en-
rolled at Interlochen in 1969 and is graduating June 8 from
the academy.

See Morris or Joel Watnick

FINE JEWELRY

283 Hamilton

GIFTS

Thurs. 8 Fri. to 9 p.m.

644 7626

-

Birmingham (Near Crowlejes)

by

M aci, Pill and his Orche3fra

358-3642

Wayne State University's
Student Newspaper Publica-
tions Board Wednesday un-
animously elected the new
editor of the campus news-
paper South End.
Tom Schram, a senior ma-
joring in journalism, was
chosen from among 15 stu-
dents who applied. He worked
on the South End as a sports
and feature writer and on the
Detroit Free Press covering
student athletics.
Schram is the son of Hal
Schram, Free Press sports
writer.

ABILITIES UNLIMITED,
Multiple Sclerosis Research,
will hold its installation din-
ner 6 p.m. Sunday, at Stouf-
fer's Northland Inn. The fol-
lowing will be installed: Pres-
ident, Gloria Woolman; vice
president, Stewart Newman;
secretaries, Mary Gabis and
Mae Franklin; treasurer, Ann
Green; and special projects,
Stewart Gittleman. Guests
include Dr. Frank Jake of
Multiple Sclerosis Society
and Dr. William Nunez of
University of Detroit. Tim
Flanagan will entertain.

Good intentions are usually
sincere, but too often they're
outdistanced by human
frailty.
* * *
* * * * * *

C. .7AD M

INVITATIONS • ENTERTAINMENT
4 ASTROLOGER'
• CARICATURES
• MUSIC

SEYMOUR
SCHWARTZ
AGENCY

BY HATTIE
SCHWARTZ

j356-8525

• FRANKIE RAPP -

356-8563 • WIT; RA ESE
Candy Centerpieces' • MARK KANDEL

tilt * * * * * * * * * * * * •

-

CUSTOM FURNITURE &
CARPET CLEANING
ON LOCATION

Phone
549-7170

Classifieds Get Quick Results

This Week's Radio and Television Programs

HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station; Channel 2
Feature: Rabbi Irwin Gro-
ner of Cong Shaarey Zedek
and Rabbi M. Robert Syme
of Temple Israel will discuss
"The Congregant and the
Service," as it relates to
"Changing Patterns in Jew
ish Life."

COMMUNITY CURRENTS
.Time: 7 a.m. Sunday
Station: WDEE (1500)
and
Time: Noon Tuesday
Station: WQRS-FM (105.1)
Feature: A conversation
with Debra Kaplan, Hadas-
sah national board member
and national chairman of
National Grant AID Imple-
mentation.

LUB A VITCH
JEWISH HOUR
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WNIC (1300)
and
Time: 1 a.m. Monday
Station: WNIC-FM (100)
Feature: Rabbi Yitschak
M. Kagan will moderate a
program of music and spe-
cial features for the Jewish
community. Two Shavuot
narratives, "A Thought for
the Week" and "From Days
Gone By," will be featured.
The Chabad youth choir of
New York will present new
hasidic musical interludes.
*
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 12:30 p.m. and 10:30
p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ
Feature: "Voices of Proph-
ecy."

BNAI SHALOM
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7).
Feature: Phil Blazer pro-
vides a contemporary pot-
pourri of Jewish humor,
music, culture and literature.

sa6o4a4

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 1, 1973 31

eivry on tie

*

Complete Selection including the Finest 14 Kt. Gold Jewelry

South End Editor
Picked for 1973-74

JEWISH WORLD

Super Imposed
Silhouettes
Unique Poses
Bar Mitzvahs

RELIGION IN THE NEWS

Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday.
Station: CKWW.
and
RELIGIOUS SCOPE
Time: 11:20 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 9.
Feature: Rabbi Jonathan
Plaut of Temple Beth El,
Windsor, will discuss news
items in the Jewish com-
munity.

Lubavitch Show
Marks 5th Year

"The Old World
Flavor of
Austrian Cheese
is Yours
for the Tasting"

Rabbi Yitschak M. Kagan,
head of the Bais Chabad,
"contemporary Hasidic"
synagogue and student center
in Farmington, is marking
his fifth year as moderator of
the "Lubavitch Jewish Hour"
on radio station WNIC ( form-
erly WKNR) Sunday morn-
ings. The program, which
features sermonettes, Torah
reading interpretation, inter-
views, current events and
music, has been allotted an
earlier Sunday time slot. It
is now aired twice weekly:
9:30 a.m. Sundays on WNIC
(1300) and 1 a.m. Mondays
on WNIC-FM (100).

We're having an Austrian Cheese Tasting Festival
and you're invited. Come in and do us the favor of
sampling six new and exciting Austrian Cheeses
making their. debut in America. Austrian Cheeses
are both distinctive and versatile — offering them-
selves to many uses. Please come in — sample them
and let us share our recipes with you.

Time: 4 p.m. Thursday.
`TRI-ANGLE'
Station: WMZK (98).
Spend every minute of to-
Feature: A presentation of day in preparation for the
Israeli and Yiddish music bigger things that tomorrow

and other features.






REFLECTIONS IN SOUND
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR (1130).
Feature: Rabbi Harold S.
Loss will explore some funda-
mental Jewish themes pres-
ent in today's popular music.

will bring.

SPECIALISTS IN THE WORLD'S FINEST CHEESES

Franchises from coast-:o-coast

TEL-TWELVE MALL (Telegraph and 12 Mile)

Southfield

Telephone: 355-2277

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